Faribault High School wants you to know that the Facebook event that states it will have a live stream of the Northfield vs Faribault football game isn't real. Don't click it!

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In a post to their Facebook page, Faribault High School is letting Falcon Football Fans know there will be a live-stream video in addition to KDHL broadcasting the game Friday night. The problem with this event is the link is according to the post from Faribault "It links to a website that says it will broadcast a live stream of Friday night's football game between Northfield and Faribault. This event and website are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Minnesota State High School League, Faribault Public Schools, or Faribault Falcon athletics."

 

There is currently a Facebook event circulating called 2020 High School Football: Northfield vs Faribault. It links to a...

Posted by Faribault High School on Wednesday, October 7, 2020

It's unclear what will be featured on the live-stream link attached to the Facebook event.

Various schools throughout Minnesota have partnered and purchased video streaming systems from the NFHS in anticipation of not having fans in attendance. While these systems are nice to have, it is a P-P-V system that you pay a yearly fee to watch the school prep athletes compete.

The Minnesota State High School league today changed its stance on fans in attendance allowing athletes "two spectators per participant now will be allowed to attend events in public school facilities."

If you can't attend the game or don't want to for health reasons, get comfortable at home and tune in to KDHL for FREE for some area football games this fall.